Micki Krimmel is the founder of Sugar Packet, Inc. – a tiny company with a big mission – to fundamentally change our relationship with material items.
Micki is well known in the Web 2.0 space for her work in online community development and her popular website and video show at www.Mickipedia.com. As a web consultant and advisor, Micki helps technology startups and new media companies build sustainable communities for authentic conversation and engaged participation.
Previously, Micki worked as Director of Community for Revver.com. She also built and managed the interactive department at Participant Productions, a media company founded with the express mission to engage audiences in movements for social change. While at Participant, Micki created the company’s first online activist community and led the interactive media efforts for Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth as well as Participant’s other award-winning films.
Micki also spent several years as a columnist with Worldchanging.com, one of the web’s most popular resources for news and information about sustainability. She has been featured in countless online and print publications including SXSW World, .net Magazine and Wired Magazine. Additionally, Micki will appear in the November 2008 issue of Oprah Magazine as part of her participation in the Women Rule Women’s Leadership Program.
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